All Saints Church, Covington
All Saints Church (at some time also known as the church of St. Margaret) has provided a focus for worship in the village for at least the last 900 years and, quite probably, for some time before that. It stands facing out over the Kym Valley with what is reputed to be one of the best views in Cambridgeshire.
The church plays an integral part in the village calendar and is packed for the harvest celebration and the candle-lit carol service. All Saints, Covington, is part of the South Leightonstone Group of Churches and well-attended services are held on the first and third Sundays of each month.
Please read our information leaflet.
Vicar of All Saints Church, Covington
Church Warden, All Saints Church, Covington
The project to restore our bells is complete. There are now four bells hung in a new frame and our team of bellringers hold weekly practices. Whilst bells rang out across the country at 1pm on Monday 4th October to mark the anniversary of the commencement of WW1, four bells sounded from the tower of All Saints Covington for the first time in the one thousand year history of the church. We are enormously grateful to all who have contributed to make this happen.